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're paying for. filled with cheap substitutes instead of the real thing. abc's jim avila has the story. >> reporter: it's what we expect as shoppers. >> i think that anything they put in there should be listed on the ingredients label. >> reporter: but a new scientific troll down the grocery aisle, by the nonprofit food detectives, usp, discovered rising numbers of fake ingredients in products from olive oil, to spices, to fruit juice. in a new database to be released tomorrow, and obtained by abc news this morning, usp warns consumers the fda and manufacturers, that the amount of food fraud they found is up 60% over last year. among the most popular targets, for unscrupulous food suppliers, pomegranate juice, which is often diluted with grape or pear juice. >> pomegranate juice is a high-value ingredient. high-priced ingredient. and adulteration appears to be widespread. >> reporter: in fact, liquid and ground foods in general are the easiest to tamper with. from olive oil, which is often diluted with cheaper oil, and lemon juice. often cheapened with water and sugar. to tea, diluted
, the 47th annual nfl title game, will pit the two harbaugh brothers, jim and john, against each other. after john's baltimore ravens crushed the new england patriots late sunday. >> absolute second-half dominance by baltimore. >> reporter: just hours after jim's san francisco 49ers beat the atlanta falcons. >> the 49ers are going to the super bowl. >> reporter: brothers have never been head coaches of posing teams in the big game. >> i'd like to think when you look at those two teams, you're looking at mirror images of two football teams. i'd like to think that. it's going to be a great football game. he's a great football coach. >> reporter: it's no surprise, both men were born to be here. their father, jack harbaugh coached high school and college for more than 40 years. >> the thing about our family, we're always passionate about what we do. >> reporter: older brother, john, started his nfl coaching career with the ravens in 2008. while jim played quarterback at the university of michigan and starred in the nfl for 15 years, before becoming head coach of the 49ers last season. >> i
feet from the runway, zooming right by a man on an all-terrain vehicle. abc's jim avila has the story. >> reporter: a breathtaking stunt posted online. an aerobatic plane at full-speed, nearly 200 miles per hour, within feet of the pilot partner on this suburban dallas runway and the photographer who recorded it all. watch again. the wing tipping dangerously close to the ground, as the pilot speeds by. and then, completes a loop into the blue. who would do something like this? abc news has learned this internet sensation was posted and then removed from youtube by jason newburg, a stunt pilot who advertises a dare devil for hire. performing at air shows. specializing in death-defieing aerial ballet. partnered with motorcycle showmen, known as the dallas stunt riderz, who choreograph maneuvers beneath his bright green plane. but this morning, faa is not amused by this. telling us they're investigating. sources tell us, the pilot's waiver to perform aerobatics expired in november. and even if it hadn't, pilots are supposed to be responsible for the safety of people on the ground. are th
if it was caused by a bolt of lightning. abc's jim avila has the story. >> reporter: sparks coming from the engine. not what you want to see out your jetliner window at 30,000 feet. the massive flashes seen in this video that went viral last week, were originally reported as a lightning strike fire. another camera catches the flaming plane as it streaks across the night sky over turkey. onboard, passengers are warned of turbulence. then, the lights go out. but the turkish airline pilots never lose control of the flight and land safely. lightning strikes are not uncommon. this airbus a-380, was hit going to london. >> we had a lightning strike. >> reporter: that plane landed safely. as did a jetblue flight that took off from tampa. >> we've been struck by lightning twice. >> reporter: aviation experts say every liner in the sky are hit every year. the chances of being hit in the air are 500-times more likely than being hit on the ground. >> it happens all the time. and they safely absorb it because they're not grounded. >> reporter: john nance says this engine fire is likely to have been caused by
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